High Sierra Lacrosse promotes and supports men's and women's lacrosse for grade school, high school, and collegiate participants in the Northern Nevada, High Sierra, and Lake Tahoe region.
 
 
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Welcome to High Sierra Lacrosse!

High Sierra Lacrosse is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to the support and promotion of lacrosse at all levels in Northern Nevada and the surrounding areas. 
NOCSAE Announces Two Lacrosse Helmets are Non-Compliant with Sta
The National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) has voided the manufacturers’ certification for the Warrior Regulator and the Cascade  Model R lacrosse helmets.  Read the NOCSAE statement here.
 
US Lacrosse has also issued a statement that contains some helpful links and information for helmet owners.  Read the US Lacrosse Statement here. 

by posted 11/27/2014
Girls High School Pre-Season Meeting

Pre-Season  Meeting for Girls 2015 High School Season

There will be a pre-season meeting for all High School Girls coaches and team administrators (not players and parents) on Wed, December 3rd at 5:30 pm at the Great Basin Brewing on South Virginia. 

If you have questions, or would like to attend but cannot, please contact HSLL Girls Coordinator Steve Bulera at .


by posted 11/24/2014
Boys Indoor Lacrosse Updates

Boys Indoor Updates!

See below for some IMPORTANT UPDATES on the upcoming indoor season

  • We are no longer accepting registrations for the Boys U9/11 division.  That age group is at capacity.
  • Based on current registration numbers, Boys U13 and U15 will be COMBINED.  There is still space in this age group.  Click here to register.
  • Boys High School Players will meet at Reno Sportsdome on Wednesdays.  Watch email, website and Facebook page for team assignments and schedule. 
  • Youth sessions will meet on Monday at Reno Sportsdome according to the following schedule:

 

5 - 6:30 pm

6:30 – 8 pm

8 - 9:30 pm

Dec 1

Boy U9/11

Girls

Boys U13/15

Dec 8

Boy U9/11

Boys U13/15

Girls

Dec. 15

Boy U9/11

Girls

Boys U13/15

Jan 5

Boy U9/11

Boys U13/15

Girls

Jan 12

Boy U9/11

Girls

Boys U13/15

Jan 19

Boy U9/11

Boys U13/15

Girls

Jan 26

Boy U9/11

Girls

Boys U13/15

 

Important things to know about our indoor lacrosse season

  • Space is limited.  Registration will be closed once capacity is reached. 
  • We play at the SMALL field at Reno Sportsdome.  It is SMALL.  While this may seem unproductive, it is actually very effective for developing stick skills, coordination, quickness and finesse.  It’s very fun for participants.
  • Youth focuses on skills and clinics, not structured games.  Format is similar to Fall Ball. Youth meet on Mondays
  • High School players will be divided into four teams.  First part of each session is warmup and drills, followed by officiated scrimmage.   Goalies may be asked to play more than one game per session.  Youth on Monday.  High School meets on Wednesdays
  • Cost:  $100 for 7-weeks of play; High school goalies who attend at least 5 weeks may have fees refunded
  • Contact:   Indoor Coordinator is Kris Berggren, Kris_nvlax@sbcglobal.net

Requirements

Click here to register for Boys Indoor Lacrosse


by posted 11/23/2014
Girls Indoor Lacrosse is HAPPENING!

HAPPY DANCE!  Announcing our very first Girls Indoor Lacrosse session!

 

Where:  Reno Sportsdome, 2400 Tampa St., Reno

When:  Mondays,  Dec. 1 and through Jan. 26, with no play the weeks of Dec. 22 and Dec. 29.  See schedule below:

Who:  Girls ages 10 – 17

Cost: $100

Questions:  Contact Indoor Coordinator Kris Berggren at 

Click Here to Register or find the orange REGISTER NOW button on the homepage.

 

5 - 6:30 pm

6:30 – 8 pm

8 - 9:30 pm

Dec 1

Boy U9/11

Girls

Boys U13/15

Dec 8

Boy U9/11

Boys U13/15

Girls

Dec. 15

Boy U9/11

Girls

Boys U13/15

Jan 5

Boy U9/11

Boys U13/15

Girls

Jan 12

Boy U9/11

Girls

Boys U13/15

Jan 19

Boy U9/11

Boys U13/15

Girls

Jan 26

Boy U9/11

Girls

Boys U13/15

 

Important things to know about our Girls Indoor lacrosse season

  • We play at the SMALL field at Reno Sportsdome.  It is SMALL.  While this may seem unproductive, it can actually very effective for developing stick skills, coordination, quickness and finesse.  
  •  Focuses on skills and clinics, not structured games
  • Players at these sessions will range in age and skill levels.

Requirements


by posted 11/22/2014
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